In the Russian Federation sent a summons to the missing sailor from the cruiser Moscow – media

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The Russian Federation sent a summons to the missing sailor from the cruiser Moscow - media

Srochnik served as a cook on a sunken ship and for half a year family and friends know nothing about him.

The military registration and enlistment office of the Frunzensky district of St. Petersburg sent a summons to a sailor from the Moskva cruiser, which disappeared in April of this year – after the ship sank. This was reported by Fontanka on November 8.

It is noted that the man left for military service less than a year ago and was a ship's cook on the cruiser Moscow. After the incident in April, he is considered missing.

According to the newspaper, the summons arrived on the sailor's birthday. In the document, he is asked to appear to clarify the documents of military registration for mobilization. The mother of the missing man called the situation a “confusion”.

It is emphasized that relatives still do not believe in the death of a serviceman.

The administration of the Frunzensky district indicated that, as part of the “partial” mobilization, they had to send out a huge number of subpoenas in a short time and a mistake could occur.

“If the fact of the mistake is confirmed, we will do our best to make amends to our relatives. I can't say anything about the given name, since we have no right to disclose information about the servicemen,” spokesman Mikhail Kalinin said.

At the same time, Fontanka writes that the appearance of the agenda is surprising, since according to the documents, the sailor’s military service lasts less than a year.

Recall that on April 14, the Russian Ministry of Defense announced that the Moskva cruiser sank while towing after detonation of ammunition on board. The Armed Forces of Ukraine stated that the flagship of the Black Sea Fleet of the Russian Federation was hit by Neptune missiles. According to various estimates, the number of the ship's crew ranged from 416 to 680 people, including sailors of military service. In the Russian Federation, only once they reported one dead and 27 missing military. Earlier, a court in the annexed Sevastopol recognized as dead 17 people from the military unit, in which the sailors from the cruiser Moscow served.

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